Travelling Naturalist tour leader Luke Paterson shares his love of all things natural in Australia's stunning Top End.
We are delighted to announce that we are sponsoring the 'Wild Woods' category of the British Wildlife Photography Awards in 2017
Recalling his up-close gorilla encounter in Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, director Nick Joynes experiences a sensory overload.
Travelling Naturalist leader, author and wildlife photographer Mike Read shares his love for European wildlife, and the incredible variety of species to be found there.
Travel Writer Sarah Marshall recently travelled with us to Mexico's Baja California to see the extraordinary wealth of wildlife that resides in and passes through this region.
Tour leader Barrie Cooper sets the scene for a visit to the Far East – an incredible destination for endemic birds and butterflies.
Operations Manager Carolyn Neville takes a trip to Borneo in advance of our 2017 Festival of Wildlife – it's going to be a trip to remember!
Travelling Naturalist tour leader Barrie Cooper waxes lyrical about visiting the facscinating country of Japan in winter – during the cold months this beautiful and diverse destination has some of the most memorable wildlife spectacles on the planet.
If you are on our brochure mailing list, you will have received our Winter/Spring newsletter keeping you up to speed on new tours ahead of our next brochure in August. If you’d like a copy but didn’t get one, you can read its main articles here in our blog, or find out how to get your copy next time.
Whether your photography interest lies in flowers, birds, mammals or purely stunning scenery, our tours led by Mike Read cover all of these subjects. Read about some of his favourite destinations, and how they offer the perfect facilities and conditions for photographers of all abilities.
Expert naturalist Steve Duffield describes the riches of the islands he has called home since 2005, introducing their long and fascinating cultural history that supports some of the UK’s rarest and perhaps most important wildlife – with large seabird colonies, carpets of flower-rich meadows, and top predators.
There’s much more to these Caribbean destinations than first appears, as they offer plenty of opportunities to see an array of intriguing flora and fauna, including collared trogon, tufted coquette, amazing marine life, nesting leatherback turtles and bats galore.